Man killed in Beaver Dam explosion had explosives lab in apartment, possible interest in white supremacy groups

The man who died in an explosion March 5 had a small lab with a variety of explosive liquids and powders in his apartment, according to warrants that were unsealed today. Search warrants connected to the investigation of Morrow were unsealed Wednesday by Dodge County District Attorney Kurt Klomberg. Morrow’s body was found by Beaver Dam Police on March 5 after 911 calls came in reporting an explosion of the building at 109 Knaup Drive.
In the days that followed, investigators found hazardous chemicals inside the apartment. (…) Wisconsin division of criminal investigation agent Kevin Heimerl reported finding 13 medium-sized jars of potentially “…finished TATP explosive material” in the apartment refrigerator. Experts say TATP often is used in homemade explosives. Heimerl said containers labeled TATP were found in Morrow’s apartment garage. (…) “Within his bedroom, literature has been found concerning white supremacy groups,” Heimerl said in statements made to obtain a warrant for Morrow’s lap top computer and electronic devices. (…) In addition, Morrow had stored guns in his bedroom at 109 Knaup Drive, Apt. 11 including three long guns and ammunition under his bed and two handguns.

via wiscnews: Man killed in Beaver Dam explosion had explosives lab in apartment, possible interest in white supremacy groups

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